Behavior : State Machine Diagrams - State vs Activity Semantics

3 important questions on Behavior : State Machine Diagrams - State vs Activity Semantics

As we discussed in Chapter 16, on Activity Diagrams, we mentioned that one of the changes to Activity Diagrams was to drop State Diagram processing semantics and replace them with Petri-net-like semantics.

Practically, the change is captured in Table 18.9.

State vs Activity Semantics

Available choiches:

A.  it is not possible to tell
B.  S1
C.  S2
D.  S3
E. The diagram is not valid


Example question 2:

A. B1, b2, b3, b4, b5, b6, b7, b8, b9, b10, b11
B. The diagram is malformed
C.  b5, b2, b7, b9
D. B5, b2, b7, b9, b10
E. B2, b5, b6, b7, b9, b10
F.  b5, b2, b6, b7, b9, b10


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